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Fadwa from MasterChef Quebec has to intervene after a controversy that spirals out of control

Fadwa from MasterChef Quebec has to intervene after a controversy that spirals out of control

After Vincent was eliminated on Thursday's Masterchef Quebec, viewers ran to their suspenders and screamed in anger.

Netizens claim that Fadwa, who faced off against cowboy Vincent during the last challenge, did not peel his shrimp properly, which is an unacceptable mistake in their view.

Since this story was taking on disproportionate proportions (see what proportions we're talking about here), the main character in question spoke out on her social media to set the facts straight.

My shrimp were well cleaned and deveined, when you take out the shrimp you open it up along the back and this makes it easy to pick it up with a fork.

In the video, we can clearly see Martin easily scooping up the shrimp with his fork.

Now why do we clean shrimp while keeping the shell open, for two reasons:

1- I seasoned the shrimp so that the shells would preserve the marinade during cooking

2- When shrimp are cooked with the shell on, it adds a seafood broth taste to the sauce

These techniques and methods for processing shrimp already exist. I did not invent anything. I was an island away from Martin and Stefano and I heard their comments. I could have removed the shell in two minutes, but I was sure of my dish and my techniques were not an oversight or oversight, but rather intentional. Stefano himself confirmed that he ate them with the same The way in Indian restaurants.

I hope I have shed some light on the situation. Now please stop arguing 🥹

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Masterchef Québec airs on TVA Monday to Thursday at 7:30pm until April 4.